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The Duke of York forceing his way through the Enemy near Roubaix
- The Duke of York forceing his way through the Enemy near Roubaix
Battle scene with cavalrymen, one in the centre shooting a pistol towards French army advancing at right, others engaged in sword combat, a horse lying dead in the right foreground; page from an unidenfited publication. 1827
Etching and engraving
- Published in: London
- (Europe,British Isles,England,London)
- Height: 125 millimetres
- Width: 200 millimetres
Inscription ContentLettered below image with title, production detail: "Fuselll delt", "T. Dixon sculp" (the printmakers name repeated in small scratched letters directly below image) and publication line: "[Publish]ed by Fisher, Son & Co, Caxton, London, March 31, 1827"; numbered above image at right, 260
British Masters Portfolio
- Topographic representation of: Roubaix
Prints & Drawings
Battle scene with cavalrymen, one in the centre shooting a pistol towards French army advancing at right, others engaged in sword combat, a horse lying dead in the right foreground; page from an unidenfited publication. 1827 Etching and engraving
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Object reference number: PPA181151
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